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erin's entymology

entymology the study of insects
invertebrate an animal without a backbone
vertebrae an animal with a backbone
food chain a series of living things, each of which depends on the one before for food
food web several interconnecting food chains, food webs can be very complicated
camouflage an appearance that blends in with the surroundings
mimicry the close resemblance of one plant or animal to another
complete metamorphosis when the laarva of an insect changes its appearence greatly during its maturation
incomplete metamorphosis when the nymphs of an insect do not go through a major change of appearance
ovipositer the egg-laying part of some female insects
insects advantages polinate plants, produce food, dispose of pest insects
insect disadvantages carry disease, destroy food and crops, irritate
Created by: kaliss